11 Love One Another Craft For Kids

11 Love One Another Craft For Kids

11 Love One Another Craft For Kids

You will love this free printable Love One Another Craft for kids! This is a fun way to talk about how we should love one another! 

Kids will enjoy coloring, cutting, and putting their own spin on this craft. Plus each child has control over their decision-making in the process of creating their thumbprint heart craft.

 There are many ways to show love and kindness to others. Here is eleven easy craft that you can do with your kids to help show them how they can be a blessing in someone’s life!

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and I have some fun crafts for kids to help them learn to love one another.

Footprint Love Chain

A love chain is a great way to create an impactful and fun craft. Here’s how you can do it.

You will need paper towels, paint brushes, containers of water, and tissue paper squares or flowers (optional).

Fold a paper towel in half lengthwise so that it forms a long strip. Wet the edges with water then twist one end tightly into a spiral shape. This will create your first link in the chain! 

Gently stretch this link out on top of another piece of tissue paper or flower petals to help anchor them together while they dry (the tighter they’re stretched together when they dry, the more durable they’ll be). 

Repeat this process until you have enough links to form a complete circle (or just keep going until your kids lose interest).

“Love One Another” Bookmarks

This craft is an excellent way to encourage reading and writing skills in kids. 

It can be done as a family activity or with friends, and it’s even a great way to teach your child how to write the alphabet if they’re just starting out.


  • Construction paper (colored or white)
  • Paper clips

Yarn Wrapped Love Word

You’ll need.

  • Yarn
  • Scissors

A heart-shaped piece of cardboard or another material to form the base of your love word. You can also use a rectangular piece of plastic, as long as it’s roughly the same size as your cardboard. 

If you want to use this craft with younger kids, you might want to pre-cut out shapes so they can start weaving right away!

Handmade Valentine’s Day Wreath

You will need.

  • Plain paper
  • Glue stick
  • Pencil or pen (for tracing)

Cut out a heart shape that is about three inches wide, and make sure to cut the top of it flat so it will sit nicely against your door. If you have a large piece of paper, you can use that instead of having to cut up strips.

Next, take one strip at a time and twist them together tightly while wrapping around the curve of your heart shape. Continue doing this until all-around has been covered in yarn or ribbon! Once completed, hang it on your front door for others to see!

Valentine’s Day Art

We all know that Valentine’s Day is a time of love and affection. The best way to show your love is by making a craft together. 

These crafts are great because they’re easy to make, fun to do with the kids, and don’t require much mess once you’re done. They also don’t take up much room in storage or on your table so it’s easy to put them away if you have no place to keep them.

Finally, these projects are inexpensive! So there’s no reason not do this one more time before February 14th rolls around!

Love Mason Jar Votives

Mason jars are easy to find. You can buy them at your local craft store or buy them online in bulk if you want to save a little money.

Votives are also pretty easy to find in most places, as well as on Amazon or eBay if you’re interested in buying them in bulk. If you don’t already have some votives lying around, they’re very cheap and come in all sorts of shapes and sizes.

Votives make great table lamps for kids’ rooms because they can be lit easily with a lighter, which is always within reach for kids (and adults). They also make nice night lights for bedrooms that don’t have overhead lighting.

The same goes for mason jars—they can be used for storage too!

Heart Glasses

Cut a heart shape out of red construction paper with a cookie cutter. 

If you don’t have one, you can use a straw to cut the heart shape. Paint the top of the glasses with white paint and let dry. Use a glue gun to glue your heart onto your glasses. 

Write “Love is patient” on one side and “love never fails” on the other side using paint pens or Sharpies (we used black).

Conversation Heart Stained Glass Suncatcher

  • Cut the glass pieces into heart shapes, using a glass cutter.
  • Write a message on the glass hearts with permanent markers.
  • Fill a glass container with water.

Place the hearts in the water and let them sit for about 12 hours (or overnight) to create a stained-glass effect! 

If you want to speed up this process, you can put them in direct sunlight for 30 minutes or so. That will speed things up considerably!

Love Onesie

  • Use a permanent marker to write a love message on the onesie.
  • Use fabric paint to write a love message on the onesie.

Use fabric paint to write a love message and then iron it on, if you want it to last longer.

Use stencils to create letters or designs that spell out “love” or something cute like that!

Letter From The Heart

Write a letter to someone you love and mail it to them. In the letter, talk about what is important to you and why this person means so much to you. 

You can even add in a beautiful drawing or doodle! Here are some ideas for what to write in your letter.

  • “I love being able to go on adventures with my family because we get to spend time together doing something fun.”
  • “My favorite thing about summertime is when all of us get together at our house for cookouts and swimming in the pool.”
  • “Thanks for always being there for me when I need help with homework or just want someone who understands me.”

Valentine’s Day Card & Mail Box Craft


  • Small box
  • A small piece of cardboard
  • Paper, about 4 x 6 inches (10 x 15 cm)

Marker or pen, in the color you want to use for writing messages on your cards. This will be used for writing a message inside your card and on the outside of your Valentine’s Day Card Mailbox Craft. You could also use stickers or other decorations if you like!


Cut out two sides from the cardboard that are about 9 inches tall by 5 inches wide (23 centimeters by 13 centimeters). These will form the size of your mailbox when it is folded into its shape. 

When choosing what size to make these pieces, remember that they need to fit in whatever box you’re using as well as be able 2 fold them into this shape without breaking them apart! 

It might also help if these pieces were just a little bit bigger than those measurements so they don’t get stuck when folding them over each other later on – making sure not to cut past where lines were drawn onto paper

Teach your Child To Love One Another With These Crafts!

You can teach your child to love one another by making these crafts together. 

These crafts are easy and fun for children of all ages, and they won’t cost you much money either!


And that’s it! These crafts are easy, fun, and perfect for you to do with your child. Plus, they’re great for any time of the year, not just Valentine’s Day. We hope you enjoyed these ideas and found a few that inspired you to make something special with your kids today!

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